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Q: Which of the following statements is correct regarding snow fall? a. Small amounts of snow never have devastating effects on a community. b. Buildings should be separated by at least 30 to 50 feet to
prevent snowdrifts developing between them. c. Snow has to fall at rates of greater than 12 inches per hour to cause severe disruptions. d. Ice dams on roofs and large icicles are uncommon causes of building collapse
A: c. Snow has to fall at rates of greater than 12 inches per hour to cause severe disruptions. d. Ice dams on roofs and large icicles are uncommon causes of building collapse.
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